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Research has indicated a number of natural ingredients that are beneficial to the prostate gland. Prostate symptoms are a frequent cause of discomfort for many males. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) (enlargment of the prostate gland) is a common problem, mainly affecting men of over 50 years old. UrticaDioica (Stinging Nettle Root) – Analysis of this

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Research has indicated a number of natural ingredients that are beneficial to the prostate gland. Prostate symptoms are a frequent cause of discomfort for many males. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) (enlargment of the prostate gland) is a common problem, mainly affecting men of over 50 years old. UrticaDioica (Stinging Nettle Root) – Analysis of this common plant has revealed the presence of a surprising number of well-known compounds including betasitosterol, quercetin and rutin. Inhibitory and anti-proliferative activity of UrticaDioica has been recorded in research for human prostate tissue. Beta-sitosterol- A natural plant sterol. A number of potential health benefits for plant sterols have been demonstrated with prostate-specific research for beta-sitosterol. Pumpkin Seed- Has historically featured in natural approaches for the prostate gland, with potential anti-androgen and anti-inflammatory properties suggested for thebenefits of pumpkin seed to the prostate in a report published in Reviews in Urology. Lycopene – A beneficial role for lycopene has been suggested in patients diagnosed with benign prostate hyperplasia. A pilot study for BPH showed those taking lycopene showed no further enlargement of the prostate, whilst those in the placebo group demonstrated a continuing enlargement. Zinc – An important mineral, with many zinc-dependent enzymes present in the body. The functions of zinc include tissue growth, cell replication, bone formation and cell mediated immunity. Researchers have suggested that zinc may serve an important role in regulating both cell growth and apoptosis.

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